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Press Room

Welcome to the SkinCure Oncology Press Room. If you’re a journalist with an interest in skin cancer, its causes, prevention, or treatment and outcomes, you’ve come to the right place. In this section of our website, you’ll find:

  • The latest news about SkinCure Oncology and the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancer using Image-Guided Superficial Radiotherapy (IG-SRT).
  • Contact information to help connect you with more than 150 clinical experts from across the country willing and able to discuss, off or on air, the causes of skin cancer, skin cancer prevention, the latest treatment options, and outcomes.
  • Contact information to help connect you with patients from around the country willing to share their experience with non-melanoma skin cancer and its treatment.
  • Our image library, containing photographs and videos to accompany your articles or broadcasts.
  • We’re also happy to co-write or ghost-write articles to make it easy for broadcasters and publishers to obtain relevant content.

We’re in the business of providing medical professionals with the ability to offer image-guided superficial radiotherapy directly in their practices. Our passion, however, is for the patient – those who have been diagnosed with non-melanoma and seeking a highly-effective alternative to surgical intervention. With that is mind, we offer to qualified broadcasters and journalists access to all of the above, free of charge.

Media Contacts

For Working Journalists

Working journalists are welcome to contact us:

Matt Russell
Russell Public Communications
(520) 232-9840

If you’re a patient considering Image-Guided SRT as a treatment option and seek information to help you make a better-informed treatment decision, call (855) 462-6302 to speak with a skin cancer information specialist or contact:

Natalie Diaz
(855) 222-6858

If you’re a dermatologist considering adding Image-Guided SRT to your practice, contact:

Jeff Dawson
(630) 557-8808


Access our galleries for the latest images and videos related to SkinCure Oncology, non-melanoma skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma), and Image-Guided Superficial Radiotherapy (IG-SRT). If you don’t see the picture or video you need, give us a call as we may have what you’re looking for in our offline archive.

Image Galleries

Basal Cell Carcinoma

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Before and After


Patient and Therapist


Logos and Marks

Video Galleries


Patient Explainer


Practice Explainer


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Subject-Matter Experts

SkinCure Oncology partners with dermatology practices in more than 145 markets throughout the United States, providing non-melanoma skin cancer patients and keloid patients with a non-surgical alternative to Mohs Surgery. To date, more than 25,000 people with basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas have been successfully treated with Image-Guided Superficial Radiotherapy (IG-SRT).

Our subject-matter experts are available without charge to qualified media outlets, journalists, authors and bloggers. Here are just some of the many topics we’re able to address:


  • Tips for minimizing your risk of skin cancer
  • Skin Cancer Awareness Month (May)


  • How to perform a skin cancer self-exam
  • The importance of an annual skin cancer exam
  • How to identify basal and squamous cell carcinoma


  • Treatment options for non-melanoma skin cancer
  • Empowering patients to making better-informed treatment decisions
  • The latest non-invasive treatment option: Image-guided superficial radiotherapy
  • How to choose between Mohs Surgery and IG-SRT

Our subject-matter experts include:

  • Board-Certified Dermatologists
  • Radiation Oncologists
  • Radiation Therapists
  • Physicists
  • Patient Educators

If you’re in need of a subject-matter expert, contact us and we will connect you with a recognized authority. Subject-matter experts are available for remote and, in some cases, in-studio interviews.

Call our toll-free media hotline at 866-215-0047.

Ready-made Stories

With more than 5 million people a year seeking information on less-invasive skin cancer treatment options, Image-Guided SRT is a growing topic of interest, making for exceptional features across blogs, podcasts, and news broadcasts. We’re happy to share these human-interest stories. Give us a call.

White Papers and Studies

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Access the latest white papers and studies on non-melanoma skin cancer and Image-Guided Superficial Radiotherapy.

The Integration of Superficial Radiotherapy for Skin Cancer in a Dermatology Practice by Steven Scott

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